Messrs. R. Smillie and V. Hartshorn"s report of the Cadeby Colliery explosion enquiry.

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The Cadeby Main Pit Disaster was a coal mining accident on 9 July at Cadeby Main Colliery at Cadeby, at Doncaster, now in South Yorkshire, England, killing 87 in the morning of 9 July an explosion in the south-west part of the Cadeby Main pit.

Buckingham Pope, chairman of the Denaby and Cadeby Colliery Company, arrived from London atand just before His Grace the Archbishop of York had motored over from Wentworth in company with the Hon. Henry Fitzwilliam and Capt. Brooke, and after leaving a message of sympathy at the Colliery Offices, which was duly posted up, proceeded.

Narrative from the Newspaper of the day, The Mexborough & Swinton Times; Many thanks to John Gwatkin of March Vale Rise for compiling the report. Story Of The Disaster. The district has been thoroughly saddened and subdued this week by a great colliery disaster in our midst, the magnitude of which is yet scarcely to be realised and appreciated.

Conisbrough and Denaby Main Local History Conisbrough and Denaby Main Local History Log Book. Conisbrough Station Road Junior School.

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DeWarenne Academy. Morley Place School Log to Cadeby Main Colliery Disaster. Cadeby Main Colliery Disaster Fund.

In the early hours of 9 Julya huge explosion ripped through Cadeby Main Colliery near Doncaster, killing 35 of the 37 miners working in that section of the pit. Story of the Disaster Enquiry and Home Office Report. Cadeby Pit Disaster – The Story Inquiry into the Disaster Home Office Report Section 1 Description of Colliery and Method of Working Section 2 Description of the South Plane District Section 3 Conditions prevailing in the South District Section 4a The First Explosion.

Thursday, a most lamentable occurrence took place at Springwell colliery, the property of the Right Hon. Lord Ravensworth and partners, near Wreckinton, in the County of Durham, and about five miles from Newcastle, owing to a dreadful explosion, in the B Pit in that colliery, by which forty-seven individuals were instantly deprived of life, besides many who received severe fractures and.

There is an explosion after the chimes. The background music is from an unknown colliery band playing the tune "Gresford" which was composed by a.

REPORT of the COMMISSION OF INQUIRY INTO THE WANKIE COLLIERY DISASTER AND GENERAL SAFETY IN COAL-MINES IN RHODESIA Presented to The President on the 22nd March, Cmd. R.R. G.P. & S. A dreadful explosion took place in Wallsend colliery (Russell's), by which fifty-two men lost their lives.

The explosion shook the ground like an earthquake, and made the furniture dance in the surrounding houses. This alarming the neighbourhood, the friends and relatives hurried to the spot, when a heart-rending scene of distress ensued. Report on explosion at Houghton Main Colliery, Yorkshire: report on the causes of, and circumstances attending, the explosion which occurred at Houghton Main Colliery, South Yorkshire, on 12th June, London: H.M.S.O.

MLA Citation. Great Britain. Mines and Quarries Inspectorate. and Carver, J. and Great Britain. Health and Safety Executive. Review of the Report of Messrs. Lyell and Faraday, upon the subject of Explosions in Coal Mines.

[Matthias. Dunn] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This title has fewer than 24 printed text pages. Mark Twain once famously said there. Henry Lodge Ltd began sinking two shafts for a new Goldthorpe colliery soon after the construction of the Dearne Valley Line by the L.M.S.R.

The diameter of No.1 Shaft was metres and that of No.2 Shaft was metres. The Shafton seam had been worked in the area from. In this video I'm exploring the wonderful Penallta Colliery, a location I first visited almost 10 years ago. The mine operated from until (the year I was born) and did you know in Explosion at Grassmoor Colliery, Derbyshire: Report on the Causes of and Circumstances Attending the Explosion which Occurred at Grassmoor Colliery, Derbyshire, on the 19th November, Volume of Cmd.

(Great Britain. Parliament) Cmd. Parliament. Papers by command: Authors: Great Britain. Mines Department, Sir Henry Walker: Publisher. the causes of the explosion and fire. In this article Duncan Chalmers, a University of NSW mining engineering academic who has been closely involved with TestSafe, recounts his first-hand experiences at Appin at the time of the accident.

On 24 th July at approximately pm an explosion occurred in a section of the mine known as K Size: 92KB. In Memoriam.

88 Killed 19 Injured. Victims of the Cadeby Colliery Explosion, July 9, JOSEPH BOYCOTT (67), 30, Ivanhoe Road, Conisboro' WILLIAM FRANKLAND (43), Rowena Row, Conisboro' EDWARD HENDERSON (41), 65, Balby Street, Denaby.

77 Wells Street London, W1T 3QJ Tel. E-mail: [email protected] Twitter: @LearnonScreen. Inquiring Minds. On October 25th the Inquiry into the Explosion at Gresford Colliery, Denbighshire opened at Church House on Regent Street in Wrexham.

Sir Henry Walker, Chief Inspector of Mines, at Gresford Colliery. Sir Henry Walker, the Chief Inspector of Mines, led the inquiry and he faced a. The Hartley Colliery Disaster, [John Elliott McCutcheon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Hartley Colliery Disaster, /5(2). The Trimdon Colliery Disaster, a mine explosion, occurred on Thursday, Febru Seventy-four people were killed.

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The below information draws on info from the Durham Chronicle and the census of The history and wildlife of the Former Cadeby Colliery On 14th AugustOPAL ran an event at the site of the former Cadeby Colliery for local people to share their knowledge of the history of the site and the wildlife it supports.

On Tuesday 28th June an explosion occurred below ground at the Six Bells Colliery, Six Bells resulting in the death of 45 men. The Monmouth Constabulary – Official Report. The report that follows – was compiled by the superintendent of D-Division on the 13th July and sent to. Six Bells Colliery was a coal mine located in Six Bells, Abertillery, Gwent, 28 June it was the site of an underground explosion which killed 45 local miners.

It is now the site of an artistically acclaimed memorial to those events, designed by Sebastian Boyesen, and although the memorial is primarily to those who died in Six Bells, it also commemorates human losses and the hope.

The Gresford Colliery disaster occurred during the early hours of Saturday morning, 22 September It remains one of Britain’s worst coal mining disasters, where an unprecedented explosion killed men. Inminers were employed at the colliery, working underground and on the surface.

On September 22 at a.m. a violent explosion.

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Rounds Green New Colliery Disaster, 3 Rounds Green New Colliery Accident Report Report from Geological Survey Office, 19th January by Warington W Smyth.

Warington W Smyth visited to Rounds Green New File Size: KB. We were recently asked to respond to a situation at the old Daw Mill Colliery site near Nuneaton. Someone had been trying to access the old surface drift portal, and in doing so had ignited the timbers that formed part of the shuttering when the concrete trespass wall had been built.

Ultimately the fire ignited a mix of methane and oxygen within the explosive limits, which resulted in the Buy Garth Colliery Disaster of The Accident and Its Background by Jones, D.R.L., Lyons, John (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on 5/5(1).

Formerly owned by J.& LTD Eckington Collieries sunk in Grid ref. Four shafts together in the pit yard, number one is feet into the Blackshale coal: number three was the main winding shaft at feet into the Sitwell seam but the pit bottom is laid out in the Chavery seam.

Recently (June ) the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) issued a report on the accident. It is unclear why it has taken so long to issue it when it contained no new information on the incident. I was a witness for the prosecution in the trial and after reading the factual report I am very concerned that there are many aspects of this.

Get Textbooks on Google Play. Rent and save from the world's largest eBookstore. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.Report dated Other Details: Thought to be a gas-free pit until a gas/dust explosion killed 17 men in Reconstructed in s, headframes and engine houses being replaced by tower-mounted Koepe winders, and major developments underground.

Hartley Bank Colliery Explosion, 23rd May Plate 1. Yorkshire, 23rd May Report number Cmd 4 dead & 2 injured. The explosion was caused by firedamp gaining access to the interior of the reversing switch box of the coal cutting machine and there being ignited, flame thereafter passing out through the hole left by the omission of the set screw and igniting firedamp and Views: K.